New website compiles data on huge increase in number of refugees and immigrants in the Midwest
Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 9, 2012
It isn’t just happening in Western New York state!
From the Minneapolis Star Tribune (hat tip: Joanne):
A new online database from the University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs* offers some revealing information about immigrant and refugee populations in Minnesota and across the Midwest.
The interactive site (immigrationtaskforce.hhh.umn.edu), will be unveiled Wednesday before the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.**
It pulls together data from the Census Bureau, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Office of Refugee Resettlement and from published reports from research organizations such as the Pew Center and the Brookings Institution.
The information was compiled this semester by University of Minnesota Professor Kathy Fennelly and graduate students from her Immigration and Public Policy class.
Their report highlights immigration trends across 12 states: Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Ohio and Wisconsin.
“There’s a lot of interest in having current data,” Fennelly said. “Sometimes we have all sorts of opinions about immigration that aren’t based on data. There are groups that are hungry for data. We have created this website for exactly that purpose.”
Check out the study it’s very interesting—and I think you will be shocked at the high numbers!
Just a reminder we have a category entitled, “where to find information,” and this post with links is filed there. This is also posted in our category “legal immigration and jobs!”
* Former Asst. Sec. of State for PRM, Eric Schwartz (a Soros protege), left the State Department recently to take a job at the Humphrey School, here. Obama then appointed another globalist, Anne Richard, to the job.
** Michelle Obama is on the Board of this global organization, here (take a gander at all the big corporations represented on the board). Tamar Jacoby (remember in 2009 when NumbersUSA called Jacoby and Grover Norquist Republican “traitors” ?) is also involved, here.
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